Chat with us below if you have any questions. Anthurium regale – a spectacular Peruvian endemic terrestrial at lower to middle elevations, well known from collections made at Tarapoto and Moyobamba, San Martin Region of the Upper Amazon. While quaint, they bear no resemblance to any wild forms. ), hardy in USDA zones 10-12, bring the tropics to the indoor garden. Toggle navigation. Anthurium Crystallinum Silver $ 80 $ 69. Anthurium clarinervium (check out the article, know your anthurium) is equally beautiful and equally easy to take care of. Anthurium clarinervium is generally found only in a well defined area at an elevation of 800 to 1200 meters (2500 to 3800 feet). Faint polka dotting or reticulation on the leaves is a surprisingly common and dominant trait in both seedlings of the pure species and its hybrids, which is apparently a unique leaf character within the genus and further argues for re-evaluation of sectional placement. I was a bit unconvinced about the allure of this species when I saw the first imports, but once I cultivated a couple I have to admit that it has grown on me. This is one of the A. marmoratum species complex that has leaves that may approach ~5’/1.55 m in length. Gestern, 19:47. This undescribed taxon is in very limited cultivation, has recently been rediscovered in nature and has great ornamental potential due to its exceptional tolerance to warm temperatures. Both species look almost the same, and it is hard to differentiate between them, especially if you are not a botanist or don’t have a lot of experience with plants. Many species in the Anthurium genus can get prohibitively large inside the home. Leaves may be nearly orbicular in some populations, always showing prominent basal lobes. Some of the most popular velvet-leaf members of the genus (all section Cardiolonchium unless otherwise noted) in cultivation include: Anthurium clarinervium – is one of the best-known velvet-leaf anthuriums and justifiably popular with tropical plant collectors around the world. These images clearly illustrate what a spectacular plant A. dressleri is when well-cultivated and why it is so popular with rare tropical aroid collectors. Check the top inch of the soil before watering to prevent waterlogging and rot. ‘Purple Velvet’ x marmoratum) x warocqueanum (Hall and Dearden) and A. metallicum, can have mature leaf blades from 4-6’/1.20-1.88 m long. Collectors interested in any of my rare proprietary hybrids shown on this page should be aware that I have not sold any to known “plant flippers” in the U.S., nor to anyone in Asia nor the EU. I open my new houseplant shipment and pot it up. Leaves may be similar to those of some A. papillilaminum forms but it is easily distinguished by its distinctly winged versus subterete petioles, short versus long peduncle, white or whitish spathe and bright yellow spadix versus a combination of green and violet spathe and green spadix colors in A. papillilaminum. ANTHURIUM OAXACA - $11.00 . Left, Anthurium folsomianum in greenhouse cultivation in California and right, A. panamense as a garden plant at the author’s home in Guatemala. An early 2019 experimental intersectional hybrid with Anthurium villenaorum as a seed parent and a section Pachyneurium as pollen donor. This commonly leads to confused identifications, even by very experienced botanists and amateur naturalists. It is the best member of this group for novice growers, being both small and handsome. Slow-growing and oftentimes fussy in captivity, but well worth every effort to keep it happy. Two outstanding leaf forms on plants currently considered to be ecotypes of Anthurium magnificum that may be described as novel taxa down the road. ined.) Anthurium Magnificum vs Clarinervium. Several climbing hybrids can also attain impressive size (e.g. Below right, a mature leaf of an immense specimen superbly grown by Dylan Hannon at the Huntington Botanical Garden in southern California. Primary vein pattern suggests that it is the same species shown above that I grew in Guatemala, also from the Colombian Altiplano. You will receive the exact plant pictured. Login. Most anthurium clarinervium care is straight forward. Clarinervium has large, orange berries. The Lyon Botanical Garden (France) and Bonn Botanical Garden (Germany) also maintain an impressive diversity of these plants. Anthurium villenaorum (sp. A group of four year-old first generation seed-grown Anthurium dressleri, bred by me from Río Guanche, Colón Province, Panamá material and grown by Peter Rockstroh in his greenhouse in Guatemala. Dylan recalls picking it up from Colombian natural history guide, Emilio Constantino, on a trip they did together around Calí some years back. They may be differentiated by the triangular, hastate leaf form, spreading basal lobes, a very elongate inflorescence, white, light green and pale violet tinged fruits as well as the matte-subvelvety upper leaf surfaces of A. portillae. The plethora of NOID (no identification) south Florida, Hawaiian, Thai, Indonesian and Ecuadoran hybrids in the nursery trade can be a major challenge for botanists working to sort out cultivated material, with some hybrids masquerading or deceptively marketed as commercially valuable species. Menü schließen Kundenbewertungen für "Herzblattblume (Anthurium)" Bewertungen aller Artikel ansehen (6527) Bewertung schreiben Bewertungen werden nach Spam-Überprüfung freigeschaltet. You will receive a bulb *not sprouted* about 2-3" in diameter. An outstanding example of an esqueleto in the Huntington Botanical Garden’s research greenhouse. Reports of the “Norte” plant from Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador by regional nurseries are almost certainly bogus. It remains to be seen whether the bluish leaf color is maintained into maturity. Healthy plant! Compare to another clone from the same cross shown in the article on pebbled leaf anthuriums elsewhere on this website. Anthurium Magnificum vs Clarinervium. Bewertungen lesen, schreiben und diskutieren... mehr. One of them, produced by Chris Hall and Arden Dearden at Equatorial Exotics in Queensland, Australia, A. sp. Alternatively, you can cut a stem from a new growth. Prospective buyers should insist on material from reliable nursery sources or where the “breeder” can clearly demonstrate his or her holding or having ready access to mature examples of both seed and pollen parents. There are 4 leaves, each around 2" wide. are just normal variations within the species. Hello everyone:) This video is a follow up of my very first video that featured some of my Anthuriums including the beautiful Anthurium Clarinervium. Fashion. metallicum, can have mature leaf blades from 4-6’/1.20-1.88 m long. True Anthurium crystallinum and A. magnificum remain surprisingly rare in cultivation, although the Ecuadoran orchid nurseries have recently improved the supply of the former and also offer different ecotypes of close relatives of the latter species. The most recent plant sold for $52.50 on eBay! 1952 . ANTHURIUM 'Giant Chocolate ' $14.00 . An exceptionally fine example of Anthurium clarinervium shown in nature. These presumed hybrid plants vary in appearance at this particular site, with some favoring the A. papillilaminum parent more than others. This is an Anthurium cf. Three petiole profiles on new mature leaves of a trio of currently undescribed species that are closely related to Anthurium magnificum. Light. The overall dynamics between these cells and the enivironment is probably a bit more complex than originally believed. A recent review of images provided by U.S. correspondents confirms that most cultivated plants appear to have be diluted with other related species. Anthurium Crystallinum Plant Care Anthurium Crystallinum Light Dr. Croat indicates this species is likely related to Anthurium crystallinum. A. crystallinum is most closely related to Anthurium papillilaminum but bears some resemblance to A. clarinervium, thus the common confusion between the two species. Be aware that all parts of the anthurium clarinervium are toxic to dogs and cats if ingested. A. atroviridis), Syngonium (e.g. Left, a somewhat bullate leaf form originating from a lowland rainforest ecotype occurring in Pichincha Province, Ecuador and right, a Colombian plant that appears to have originated from an old collection at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida. Cultivated species of note include: Anthurium dressleri, A. papillilaminum, A. crystallinum, A. besseae, A. regale, A. magnificum, A. marmoratum, A. dolichostachyum (incl. A noteworthy undescribed Anthurium species sometimes confused with A. crystallinum and also incorrectly marketed as “A. magnificum “Norte” growing together with other rare plants in the author’s collection in California in 2016. Image: F. Muller. Currently, the most commonly cultivated forms include a myriad of “no-name” Anthurium crystallinum x magnificum, x A. forgetii, x magnificum hybrids and further mutt outcrosses, as well as A. clarinervium and a couple of its hybrids. Another section Andiphilum with distinctly velvety leaves when well grown. Anthurium crystallinum is one of the nicest small Anthuriums out there. They do flower, and will look similar to many aroid family flowers in that they have both a spadix and a spathe, but they are insignificant on Anthurium clarinervium. ‘Circus Peanuts’ AKA ‘Mike’s Goliath’ (A. dressleri x A. versicolor). Well grown A. warocqueanum should hold good leaf numbers; in this case seven and at least one more should emerge promptly. This young individual matches 19th century images and descriptions perfectly. Quick View. aff. Critical examination of the petioles and peduncles of domestic nursery-source plants will usually reveal hybrid origins, since A. crystallinum has smooth, mostly terete petioles and A. magnificum has distinctly winged petioles that are cuadrate or pentagonal in cross-section. Mature Anthurium cf. Some of the more attractive species are also popular as garden or houseplants in Latin America and regularly collected from nature in southeastern México, Colombia and Ecuador. and some broaf leaf A. marmoratum relatives. Image: F. Muller. Left, a large wild example of Anthurium rioclaroense (ined.) Pruning is straightforward; simply off dead leaves and leggy stems can maximise growth and keeps the clarinervium looking healthy. Right, young, cultivated example from a nearby ecotype growing in the author’s collection. In spring and summer, you need to water your velvet-leaf beauty twice or thrice a week. However, two species long in vogue, A. warocqueanum and A. regale, can have leaves that well exceed 3’/1 m in length when mature and will take up a lot of bench space when well grown. uniformly warm, humid, very shady, RO water irrigated, properly fed and grown in a well-drained, acid substrate - some exceptional examples of this species produce some of the “blackest” leaves of any Neotropical aroid. A tropical epiphyte, anthurium needs bright light and water to thrive. from Ecuador that was distributed as “Ecuadoran papillilaminum” by a well-known Florida aroid grower for many years. ANTHURIUM 'ROYAL FLUSH' $13.00 . This elongated “black” and quilted type is one of the most desirable leaf form in cultivation and its leaves can reach 24”/60 cm in length. Author’s collection. Left, the standard green form, outcrossed true to ecotype by me and right, the very attractive “black” or "narrow dark” form selectively bred by Chris Hall and Arden Dearden in Queensland, Australia from exceptional founders and grown on from seed by me in both Guatemala and currently in California. Discovered in the early 1950s, it is now placed in section Andiphilum that all share very large bright orange ripe fruits and single seeds. Right, a red emergent leaf on this plant in California that is a dominant trait in thw species. growing as terrestrial in nature. Two unusual Anthurium clarinervium hybrids. Trials have shown that cutting-grown plants artificially maintained as untrellised, terrestrial runners can retain their cordate, blackish-colored, velvety juvenile leaves indefinitely. Both are great plants that require warmth and high humidity to look their best. Again, there are few pure A. papillilaminum in cultivation nowadays, although renewed interest in it has prompted me and one or two other U.S. collectors to produce new crops of seed-grown plants of known wild provenance. ✓ It flowers with relative ease. Heute, 01:38. A. sp. Image: F. Muller. pedato-radiatum 'Fingers' $15.00 . Leaf proportions in terms of length-to-width ratios, relative basal lobe height and shape, primary vein patterns and specific geographic origin, when available from a credible source, are all important things to take into account when making an identification. $17.00 . Hobbies & Games. When well grown, this is one of the most attractive of all foliage aroids. At large size with a full head of foliage, this is a very attractive plant. A seed-grown Chiapan Anthurium leuconeurum flowering in the author’s California collection. Select options. One Esqueleto species commonly confused with the Clarinervium is the Crystallinum. magnificum “Norte” and A. rioclaroense (ined.). Ecuadoran herbarium material labeled A. dolichostachyum have green spathes and spadices, are usually terrestrial and lack contrast veins. Anthurium GrowJungle Ultimate Package € 364.95. A mature leaf on an interesting, undescribed terrestrial Anthurium sp. These bulbs are a larger size, so they're bigger than other smaller ones you may see elsewhere. Image: F. Muller. My recent experience in California indicates that leaves will rapidly bleach or fall off seed-grown younger individuals at temperatures of 100 F/38 C or higher. Light. Heute, 14:55. crystallinum with exceptional form and color. S. rayi) and, of course, most famously in the genus Anthurium. Left, ripe infructescence and receptive inflorescence of large mature Anthurium warocqueanum of mine in Guatemala. Chat with us below if you have any questions. The clarinervium produces big, orange colored berries whereas the crystallinum will produce white and purple colored berries. Jobs & Services. A. micholitziana, A. reginula), Amorphophallus (e.g. The ever popular A. warocqueanum is currently is very high demand which has led to both increased numbers of artificially propagated and Colombian wild collected stems being offered by nurseries. Its veins have a lighter color and are more defined and in contrast with its darker leaves. Anthurium sp. This species was involved in some accidental and unremarkable south Florida hybrids back in the day, but recent crosses with species other than A. crystallinum are real standouts. It was briefly put into PTC in the late 1990s. Größe und Form ist wie die Anthurium queremalense (ined.) It is also a very popular pot plant in its native countries of México and Guatemala. Recently, I have also found a few “black” leafed individuals among an F2 seedling batch of mine in California. Under perfect growing conditions - i.e. Happily, its hybrids are usually fairly easy in cultivation. This is something no-one else that I know, including me, has achieved over the long term. Above left, wild origin Anthurum willifordii growing in a commercial greenhouse in Guatemala. The bright flowers of the anthurium (Anthurium spp. This plant is a stunning addition to any vivarium due to its silvery velvety leaves and intense pattern contrast. the cool-growing Guatemalan A. archilae and Peruvian A. triciafrankiae). Again to the upside, it has resurfaced in a very small percentage of my line bred F2 seedlings produced in both Guatemala and California and also persists in natural populations. ), horticulturally-designated A. metallicum, A. cirinoi, A. grande and many hybrids involving these species. You will receive this exact Stephania Erecta bulb, which is already sprouting! While all three are winged to varying degrees, “Norte” exhibits conspicuous, often frilled wings that extend to their peduncles when flowering. Pests And Diseases. Photo of the lower leaf surfaces of two specimens of velvet-leafed Upper Amazonian Philodendron cf. Die Blattspreiten sehen samtig aus, sind typischerweise 2-3 mal länger als breit und an der Spitze der Lappen herzförmig. Despite unfounded claims that this species is a natural hybrid involving A. clarinervium, it is not and occurs at localities that are elevationally and ecologically quite separate from that species (by 2,000’/650 m). But be warned-the flowers are rather odd looking! Aim to place your anthurium clarinervium in a glazed or plastic pot. This remains an undescribed species from northern Ecuador. Anthurium clarinervium growing wild as a lithophyte in Tropical Wet Forest in Chiapas, México. This ecotype can produce >48”/1.25 m leaves in cultivation. Anthurium crystallinum 'Ace of Spades' *RARE* No Price ANTHURIUM HOOKERI 'MARIE' From $10.00 . ‘Voodoo Child’ here). Wenn die Pflanze ein höheres Alter erreicht, ändert sich die Farbe in ein samtiges, tiefes Smaragdgrün. An ever smaller number of plants in cultivation in the U.S. now appear to be the visually similar dark forms of A. portillae (ined., not to be confused with A. Check out our anthurium clarinervium selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our craft supplies & tools shops. As is the case for A. queremalense, the short peduncle and pale spadix differentiate it from A. marmoratum and its close relatives. Fred Muller has recently discovered that it apparently hybridizes on occasion with A. aff. If the same plant, this very dramatic looking species has large, very velvety and quilted upper leaf surfaces and is in very limited cultivation in the U.S. Left, a two year-old compot showing seedlings in Guatemala. ANTHURIUM SUPERBUM. (Ohne Substrat und Topf) Bezahlung per... Versand möglich. This very desirable plant will offset readily when mature and exceptional clones from this cross can grow 5’/1.55 m long leaves (!!!!) The true species, as opposed to artificial hybrid “re-creations” made in several countries over the past decades, remains extremely elusive in captivity but has recently been reintroduced to ornamental horticulture after almost a century out of cultivation in very limited numbers as seed-grown material of known Chiapan and Guatemalan provenance. Berries; crystallinum berries are white to violet in colour. “Purple Velvet” and A. schottianum. An outstanding species in cultivation for those with the space to show it off. Mobiles & Electronics. Buy Anthurium clarinervium in Singapore,Singapore. ined.) Images of wild plants as well as this image show these two undescribed taxa to be among the most attractive forms in this group. This very vigorous and handsome plant is grown in a large, vented pot with its stem mossed on a tree fern totem. From $15.00 . First, you need to water your plant regularly. Improved availability from commercial sources over the past decade has made this beautiful climbing anthurium an extremely popular display plant for botanical gardens and private collectors with space. Only two seedlings survived from this cross and they seem extremely fragile after just over two years in cultivation. Its pattern is brighter and less rounded, and the leaves are a thinner and larger than the Clarinervium. I apppears to hybridize with A. berriozabalense in nature. Following a hiatus, there were a fair number of noteworthy hybrids made involving the three commonly-cultivated dark leaf Panamanian species from the mid 1990s through to the late 2000s, especially Anthurium luxurians x aff. The Panamanian cultivated plants do not match the fairly recent redescription of this species, but these red-spathed plants are no match the original Linden image, either. The plant shown above left is A. warocqueanum x A. papillilaminum ‘Fort Sherman’; the plant shown above right is the reverse cross, A. papillilaminum ‘Fort Sherman’ x warocqueanum. Left, a juvenile A. aff. This species has leaves in nature to over 4.5’/1.35 m long. Long popular with tropical plant collectors, a number of velvet-leaf anthurium species have been hybridized over many years to produce plants with blended characteristics. The Anthurium Crystallinum requires indirect light and like the soil surface dry between periods of watering.The soil should be free-draining. Large numbers of seed grown plants are produced in southeast Asia as well as to a lesser degree in the EU, and some plants appearing on the market in the U.S. since 2018 appear to have originated from those regions. The image on the left shows just exactly how dark the leaves on both this species and this apparently undescribed sibling taxon can be in nature; replicating these colors in captivity requires experimentation with lighting and micronutrition (esp. Image: P. Rockstroh. ), a proposed locally endemic carve-out of A. magnificum from Antioquia Province, northwestern Colombia that has been in very limited cultivation since earlier this decade. Anthurium clarinervium Matuda, Anales Inst. ), hardy in USDA zones 10-12, bring the tropics to the indoor garden. Light: Bright, indirect sunlight.Water: Water when the top 2” of the soil feels dry.Humidity: Prefers high humidity.Pet Friendly: No -... Anthurium Clarinervium 101 - Complete Care Guide. ANTHURIUM OAXACA - $11.00 . Two excellent ecotypes of Anthurium marmoratum growing in my California collection. – a giant terrestrial species, apparently restricted to middle elevation cloud forest in the vicinity of the old Cali-Buenaventura road in Valle del Cauca Department in western Colombia. The Crystal Anthurium grows about 35 inches in height. Favorite ... Anthurium Clarinervium Shirt , Plant shirt , Plant gift , Plant lover gift , Plant lover , Houseplant , Anthurium Clarinervium Leaf Shirt Anthurium. Results from both hybrids show that, while the triangular profile petioles and leaf shape and color dominate, neither of us are particularly thrilled by the results. Extreme closeup of mature Anthurium warocqueanum leaf showing micropapillose upper surface. Alternatively, you can mist its leaves a few times per week or keep a humidifier nearby. 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